Post a picture, entertain me!

Vargen wrote:
Trachalio wrote:

The next time someone tells my boyfriend and I that "we'd make great parents", I'm just gonna hand them this:

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I have a real problem with that chart. Hummingbirds do not soar, and they're too busy fighting over the feeder to sing to you about anything.

Wrong on both counts, I'm afraid.

They do soar, just not very high - it's part of their mating display.

They also sing - the ones in my back yard are always chittering to each other.

Jonman wrote:
Vargen wrote:
Trachalio wrote:

The next time someone tells my boyfriend and I that "we'd make great parents", I'm just gonna hand them this:

http://cdn4.cubiclebot.com/wp-conten...

I have a real problem with that chart. Hummingbirds do not soar, and they're too busy fighting over the feeder to sing to you about anything.

Wrong on both counts, I'm afraid.

They do soar, just not very high - it's part of their mating display.

They also sing - the ones in my back yard are always chittering to each other.

He's spot on about them fighting over the feeder though. They get pretty damn territorial around those things.

I dunno. My wife and kids are away for two weeks, and I slept miserably last night. It was too damn quiet, and what the hell am I going to do with my day if I'm not trying to keep my son from killing the dog while watching The Muppets sixteen times?

Reading that schedule actually made me really miss my children. Bring me your leaky diapers, your handsful of cat litter, your forcibly spoon-eared dogs, and your scrims. I'd rather have that right now than all the sluggish hummingbird-kissed Saturday mornings in the world.

farley3k wrote:

Crystal clear water in La Grotta Cove, Corfu Island, Greece..Amazing

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Oh hey, I've been there!!! Yay

Minarchist wrote:
Gravey wrote:

Take that, co-sleepers.

Heh. My first thought, too.

My second thought: "Doses? Does anyone actually proofread anymore?"

6:30AM wrote:

...but now the he's yelling zoo animals...

Oh well.

ClockworkHouse wrote:

I dunno. My wife and kids are away for two weeks, and I slept miserably last night. It was too damn quiet, and what the hell am I going to do with my day if I'm not trying to keep my son from killing the dog while watching The Muppets sixteen times?

Reading that schedule actually made me really miss my children. Bring me your leaky diapers, your handsful of cat litter, your forcibly spoon-eared dogs, and your scrims. I'd rather have that right now than all the sluggish hummingbird-kissed Saturday mornings in the world.

Mighty dusty up in here.

merphle wrote:
Minarchist wrote:
Gravey wrote:

Take that, co-sleepers.

Heh. My first thought, too.

My second thought: "Doses? Does anyone actually proofread anymore?"

6:30AM wrote:

...but now the he's yelling zoo animals...

Oh well.

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The Finnish word 'pilkunnussija', literally translates to "comma f*cker", who is a person that corrects grammar at the peril of there own social standing. We should adopt this.

Edwin wrote:

at the peril of there own social standing.

... can't tell if serious...

Demosthenes wrote:
Jucofett wrote:

I had a bit of fun at Target tonight.
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Spoiler:

I'm from the future

Drink with me if you want to live.

"I'll be flat."
"I'm from the fridgerator."

farley3k wrote:

Crystal clear water in La Grotta Cove, Corfu Island, Greece..Amazing

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That's a long thumb, and I want to go to there.

Edwin wrote:

The Finnish word 'pilkunnussija', literally translates to "comma f*cker", who is a person that corrects grammar at the peril of there own social standing. We should adopt this.

Is it the f*cking of commas we are adopting, or the peril? Or are we adopting the commas? I feel like I'm out of my depth here.

Dakuna wrote:
Edwin wrote:

The Finnish word 'pilkunnussija', literally translates to "comma f*cker", who is a person that corrects grammar at the peril of there own social standing. We should adopt this.

Is it the f*cking of commas we are adopting, or the peril? Or are we adopting the commas? I feel like I'm out of my depth here.

I can only assume that we should adopt the practice of calling people "comma f*ckers."

The Lonely Island should get in on this.

ClockworkHouse wrote:

I dunno. My wife and kids are away for two weeks, and I slept miserably last night. It was too damn quiet, and what the hell am I going to do with my day if I'm not trying to keep my son from killing the dog while watching The Muppets sixteen times?

Reading that schedule actually made me really miss my children. Bring me your leaky diapers, your handsful of cat litter, your forcibly spoon-eared dogs, and your scrims. I'd rather have that right now than all the sluggish hummingbird-kissed Saturday mornings in the world.

Stockholm Syndrome.

LeapingGnome wrote:
ClockworkHouse wrote:

I dunno. My wife and kids are away for two weeks, and I slept miserably last night. It was too damn quiet, and what the hell am I going to do with my day if I'm not trying to keep my son from killing the dog while watching The Muppets sixteen times?

Reading that schedule actually made me really miss my children. Bring me your leaky diapers, your handsful of cat litter, your forcibly spoon-eared dogs, and your scrims. I'd rather have that right now than all the sluggish hummingbird-kissed Saturday mornings in the world.

Stockholm Syndrome.

Now with a t-shirt

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Dakuna wrote:
Edwin wrote:

The Finnish word 'pilkunnussija', literally translates to "comma f*cker", who is a person that corrects grammar at the peril of there own social standing. We should adopt this.

Is it the f*cking of commas we are adopting, or the peril? Or are we adopting the commas? I feel like I'm out of my depth here.

Edwin: We were in the nick of time. You were in great peril.
Dakuna: I don't think I was.
Edwin: Yes, you were. You were in terrible peril.
Dakuna: Look, let me go back in there and face the peril.
Edwin: No, it's too perilous.
Dakuna: Look, it's my duty as a GWJer to sample as much peril as I can.
Edwin: No, we've got to find the grammar. Come on.
Dakuna: Oh, let me have just a little bit of peril?
Edwin: No. It's unhealthy.

Brilliant, Vega

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A simple road in Norway

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Best headline of the day

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farley3k wrote:

Best headline of the day

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They're probably gay geckos, which explains why Russia shot them off the planet.

Great band name - "Gay Geckos"

I think I am becoming addicted to nature porn

Lake Josephine at Glacier National Park

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I think I am becoming addicted to nature porn

*looks at the last few pages*

I think it's humorous you only started thinking this now. Also... you totally are.

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And then Harrison Ford goes back to a galaxy far far away and teams up with the person who eventually kills James Earl Jones.... wait... what?

That's because James Earl Jones, in his fervor to kill Hitler, has to give in to the dark side in order to put himself in a position with the power to actually pull it off. He has lost himself and Ford has to go back and help put him out of his misery. It's what James Earl Jones would have wanted.

Hashtag fan fiction.

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